Germain Ernest LaRoche, terrestrial ecologist, land use analyst. Served to seaman 1st class United States Navy, 1944-1946.; Member Ecological Society of America, Society of America Foresters, Sigma Xi.
LaRoche, Germain Ernest was born on September 25, 1926 in Lowell, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Amedee O. and Annette (Germain) LaR.
1 child, Robert A. Diploma Stockbridge School Agriculture, University Massachusetts, 1950. Bachelor of Arts, Catholic University American, 1957, Master of Science, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, University Massachusetts, 1969.
Range conservationist researcher United States Forest Service, Fort Meyers, Florida, 1958-1960. Instructor biology Manhattan College, Bronx, New York, 1960-1965. Instructor biology, evening director Bronx Community College, 1962-1965.
Assistant professor biology Holyoke (Massachusetts) Community College, 1965-1966. Assistant professor biology State University of New York-New Paltz, 1968-1972, associate professor, 1972-1973. Adjunct professor Empire State College, Albany, New York, 1973-1974.
Associate environmental scientist Environmental Analysts, Garden City, New York, 1974-1975. Director terrestrial ecology Equitable Environmental Health, Woodbury, New York, 1975-1978. Senior land use analyst Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, 1977-1985, environmental scientist, since 1985.
Chairman session Conference Energy Facility Siting, Baltimore, 1982, National Conference Energy Resource Management, San Francisco, 1983.
Research Foundation State University of New York grantee, 1969.
Served to seaman 1st class United States Navy, 1944-1946.; Member Ecological Society of America, Society of America Foresters, Sigma Xi.
Married Lorraine Vincent, February 3, 1951. 1 child, Robert A. Diploma Stockbridge School Agriculture, University Massachusetts, 1950.